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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by lasher, Dec 2, 2016.

  1. deerwhacker444

    deerwhacker444 Sharpshooter

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    Have him call me, I'll go hunting with him. He can be the adoptive father I never wanted..
     
  2. Burk Cornelius

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    This whole thread sounds weird?

    "I am selling for a rich guy who can't actually be reached because he is really rich and busy "

    posted via Tapatalk
     
  3. tRidiot

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    Doesn't sound all that strange to me. Tons of folks don't want to bother with the intarwebz. I've helped multiple friends of mine broker deals on here who have never actually been on the site even once.
     
  4. lasher

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    actually he's in venezuela right now, rich was not mentioned, deep pockets was mentioned. deep enough to have bought the weapon from H&H. how that equates to weird i simply cannot figure out. but everyone is entitled to their opinion, this is still America. he owns the weapon and asked us to help selling it and others he decided to let go of. fairly simple and straight forward, in fact a couple of the weapons i could have around the house (non NFA) have been purchased by members here already. i think they got decent deals and judging by how fast they went, well, i consider that to be a statement of how pleased they are with what they purchased.

    so, if you're going to quote, please be accurate with what was actually typed instead of weird stuff. LOL
     
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  5. abeagota

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    New here. I was wondering if anyone here knew about how long it takes to get your tax stamp back after buying a suppressor and filing all your paperwork?
     
  6. CAR-AR-M16

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    My last one was 4 months (May 16 to Sept 16).
     
  7. abeagota

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    I'm out there Jerry
    Thanks.
     
  8. Mad Professor

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    I was 144 days and 150 days on two submitted the end of March. I believe they are further behind now due the the rush before the trust change and extra work after the change. It would not surprise me if one submitted today would take 9-14 months.

    By comparison, last year I had them come back in as little as 41 days.
     
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    Yeah, it's definitely taking longer. I submitted 2 F1s and a F4 early July, 163 days and counting.
     

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